Ducati Lenovo Team: Powering Innovation to Prepare for a Thrilling 2024 MotoGP World Championship | Technology

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Ducati Corse continues to innovate thanks to Lenovo’s high performing, AI-optimized technology.

Another MotoGP season is about to start, and the Ducati Lenovo Team is getting ready to face the competition. At Ducati Corse’s “Champions on the track” event in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, Lenovo outlined the technology lineup that will help the team battle for the 2024 title.

“We are thrilled to kick off a new MotoGP Championship with Ducati Corse, building upon a successful 2023 season that showcased advancements in both technology and on-track performance, culminating with Francesco Bagnaia securing the MotoGP Riders’ World Championship for the second consecutive year. Undoubtedly, the battle will be hard, and we are excited to continue working with the team, using our innovative technology and services to raise the bar of high performance. The goal is not only to fight for the title but also to make technical advancements developed for the track, accessible for all, for example within Ducati’s portfolio of street bikes,” commented Luca Rossi, President of Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group.

As Ducati Corse’s Technology Partner since 2018, Lenovo provides the team with cutting-edge technology to transform data into actionable insights, run complex simulations and make strategic decisions in seconds.

In the technology-driven realm of MotoGP, the ability to understand data and use it for strategic decision-making is more crucial than ever. During every race weekend, Ducati Corse collects a total of 100GB of data from the eight Ducati Desmosedici GP bikes racing on track, each of which is equipped with about 50 sensors. With the goal to further improve on-track data analysis, the 2024 season will see the introduction of the Lenovo ThinkAgile hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) in the Ducati Lenovo Team garage. Lenovo’s powerful and flexible platform will help the Team to swiftly analyze vast quantities of data, while also fostering mobility and reliability, even in harsh environments, thanks to the Lenovo ThinkSystem SE350 edge servers.

This AI-optimized infrastructure will power Ducati’s deep learning and machine learning tools, used to improve the performance, reliability, and safety of Ducati’s racing bikes, as well as to analyze the data collected from the bike sensors and tracks, comparing them with riders’ sensations.

Data is not solely analyzed on track: Ducati Corse also leverages the Ducati Lenovo Remote Garage, which allows the engineers based in Borgo Panigale (Bologna) to receive data in real time from the garage, execute complex analysis and collaborate seamlessly with the team on the ground to optimize the bikes’…

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